Announcement: 20-hour cap lifted for Visa holders in Health and Social Care

In February 2023, the Home Office changed the rules for supplementary work for sponsored workers in the UK on a Health and Care Visa, lifting the 20-hour cap on supplementary work.


Ordinarily sponsored workers can work in their main sponsored job and can undertake up to 20 hours of supplementary work. Supplementary work must be in the same profession and at the same professional level as their main job or must be in a shortage occupation. Supplementary employment does not have to be with a licensed sponsor and the Home Office does not need to be informed of the additional work.

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Reasons for Indian students to consider the UK for an education abroad

World-class universities and colleges: UK provide world class education. It is home to some of the oldest and top universities of the world. Every year 5 to 6 universities of UK appear in the top 25 universities of the world. It is a favourite International Destination chosen by Indian Students which gives them an English-speaking Environment.

UK has modern learning and Multicultural Environment. UK also has multiple intakes with some short duration of courses. It also provides some research facilities. UK is the second most popular destination for international students, behind the US.

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The Health and Care Worker Visa is open to qualified health and adult social care professionals who wish to undertake an eligible job with the NHS, an NHS supplier or in adult social care.

Capri Overseas - Health & care Worker visa


The Health and Care visa is similar to the Skilled Worker Visa, both of these visas allow you to live and work in the UK, however, there are some differences. The Health and Care Worker Visa is only open to certain medical professionals and people in eligible health and care roles. Health and Care Visa holders pay reduced visa fees and are also not required to pay the Immigration Health Surcharge.

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